Outside The Lines
Trouble for Taggart: 1/23/17
Outside the Lines talks about the brilliance of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, the rough start to the Willie Taggart era at Oregon and Chapecoense's return to the pitch.
Skin In The Game: 1/22/17
An OTL report found that the game Counter Strike Global Offensive is a major part of an estimated $5 billion dollar eSports gambling economy, easily accessed by kids.
Skin In The Game: 1/20/17
Sixteen-year-old Elijah Ballard of suburban St. Louis says Counter Strike: Global Offensive turned him into a compulsive gambler.
The Hall Vote: 1/19/17
On Today's OTL, will voters eventually change their minds on Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens? Also, the NHL and a concussion lawsuit.
Crunch Talks: 1/18/17
OTL continues the conversation surrounding the hospitalization of 3 Oregon football players. Then Magic Johnson and Jeanie Buss meet, as do Carmelo and Phil Jackson.
Steelers Candid Camera: 1/17/17
Mike Tomlin finally comments since Antonio Brown's live stream from the Steelers locker room. Plus, Oregon football players hospitalized and the potential move of Carmelo Anthony.
Cubs Visit White House: 1/16/17
On today's OTL, a special hour-long round table discussion focuses on team visits to the White House, the NFL's concussion protocol and social media in locker rooms.
Battle For Freedom: 1/15/17
OTL investigates brain injuries in the NHL. Then, with his father in jail for murder, Packers' Kenny Clark's world teeters between football and his father's battle for freedom.
Bo Knows: 1/13/17
On today's podcast, Bo Jackson says he would never have played football because of fear of head injuries. We also discuss Carl Edwards' retirement and the greatness of Geno Auriemma.
Chargers On The Move: 1/12/17
Bob Ley discusses the Chargers move to LA with Jim Trotter and Andrew Brandt. Then, George Karl stops by to discuss his new book.
New Pro Football League : 1/11/17
The Pacific Pro Football League, for players 18 to 21 who are not playing in college, plans to kick off next year. Also we discuss why one writer turned in a blank Hall of Fame ballot.
Championship Money: 1/10/17
With the stratospheric dollars revolving around college sports, is it time to pay the athletes who earn the schools and coaches all their money? Also, the World Cup expands.
Second Shift: 1/8/17
Outside the Lines tells the story of Jack Jablonski, whose life was forever changed at the age of 16 during a hockey game.
NFL Ratings: 1/6/17
NFL viewership dropped 8 percent. Was it the presidential election, are there games on too many days of the week or is it the quality of play on the field?
Fired Gopher: 1/5/17
Tracy Claeys joins the show to discuss the circumstances surrounding his firing from the University of Minnesota. Plus, we discuss Grayson Allen's return from suspension.
Golden Gopher Turmoil: 1/4/17
OTL discusses the firing of Tracy Claeys from Minnesota. Also, we explore the challenges facing the Bills and 49ers as they try to return to prominence in the NFL.
Danger Abroad: 1/3/17
Outside The Lines examines the dangers WNBA athletes face when playing overseas and also look at the high priced insurance policies for injured players enter the NFL draft.
2016 Year In Review: 1/1/17
Outside the Lines looks back at the major stories covered on the show in 2016.
Mixon Hindsight: 12/22/16
Bob Stoops said of Joe Mixon's 2014 suspension: "Two and a half years later, it's fair to say, it isn't enough". We'll discuss Oklahoma's reaction to the Mixon tape.
New Details: 12/20/16
Another video of Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon was released containing an interview Mixon did with police three days after he punched a woman. OTL discusses the legal impact.
Indisputable Evidence: 12/19/16
Following the release of the video of Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon punching a woman, critics question the Sooners' handling of the situation. Plus, the Minnesota bowl boycott comes to an end.
Weight Cutting: 12/18/16
Cris "Cyborg" Justino, considered by some to be the best women's MMA fighter in the world, speaks with OTL about the dangerous world of weight cutting inside MMA.
Minnesota Players Boycott: 12/16/16
Minnesota football players are boycotting their bowl game in the wake of the suspension of 10 teammates linked to a sexual assault investigation.
Leaked Game Plans Investigations: 12/15/16
One of the Deacons' opponents, Louisville, has now acknowledged one of its coaches did get information from Elrod. Also, USA Gymnastics Allegations. That and more on today's OTL.
We discuss the Wake Forest radio analyst who leaked football information. Plus, public safety and gun violence on the day that marks 4 years since Sandy Hook shooting.
Kiffin In Charge: 12/13/16
For Lane Kiffin, a chance to build a program and a reputation. For FAU, a gamble to put itself on the map. Also, a special bond between Tom Brady and a young fan.
Will Smith Verdict: 12/12/16
OTL explores a report from New Orleans on the verdict in the Will Smith shooting case and a discussion on this weekend's cheap shots in the NFL.
The Trial Of Carell Hayes: 12/11/16
Mark Schwarz joins Bob Ley with the latest from the Cardell Hayes trial, the man charged in the shooting death of Will Smith. Roger Cossack offers his legal expertise.
Participation Trophy?: 12/9/16
On today's OTL, from participation trophies to the Heisman: Is one coach's rant about participation trophies out of line? Then, the story of a Heisman winner in the wake of Pearl Harbor.
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